Pakistan Supreme Court to hear Nawaz Sharif plea against Disqualification on September 12

Islamabad: Pakistan’s Supreme Court will hear on September 12 on the review petition challenging former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his children challenging them in the Panama matter. Sharif (67) resigned after the Supreme Court disqualified him from the prime minister in matters of corruption against him and his children. The Supreme Court disqualified him on 28 July for the post of Prime Minister.

According to the working list of the court, the hearing on the review petition has been fixed next week. A 3-member panel review panel headed by Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan will hear the petition. This panel disqualified Sharif and his children, and finance minister Ishaq Dar filed separate petitions challenging the July 28 verdict. According to the law of Pakistan, the hearing on the review petition in the Supreme Court panel of the same judges who had given the initial verdict.

According to the law of Pakistan, the hearing on the review petition in the Supreme Court panel of the same judges who had given the initial verdict.
According to a senior advocate, judges can only review technical objections to review petitions. On the condition of keeping the name confidential, “Most of the objections raised in the review petition were rejected during the hearing and there has been no change which has forced the judges to change their decision.”